The Redlands Tea Party Patriots are on the march -- and our latest attack is in the form of an ad blitz for I-210 commuters.
On Tuesday, a rotation of video billboards on Interstate 210 began showing our four ads urging passers-by to vote YES on 32 and No on 30 as well as checking out our November voters guide online (which can be found at Redlandsteapary.com).
And the ads will run through Election Day!
Our voters guide online is the same one we have been distributing throughout Redlands and Highland since Labor Day. We have visited more than 3,700 homes and put more than 14,000 of these guides into circulation since the holiday.
The guide goes well beyond Redlands; it addresses races from Yucaipa to Riverside. It lists our positions on all statewide ballot measures.
A listing on our guide means the candidates and causes support our values of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and constitutionally limited government.
And unlike many other voters guides in circulation, we did not accept any money in exchange for a listing on our voters guide. Our listings are as genuine as they are free.
You will be a better informed voter on Election Day if you print our guide and take it with you to the polls.
The billboard is the only one on the I-210 in the Inland Empire. It faces west, so you and more than 85,000 evening commuters returning to the San Bernardino County will see it while whizzing past the Riverside Avenue exit.